Courtney wins junior women's World Cup in Mont-Sainte-Anne

American Kate Courtney (Whole Athlete/Specialized) won the junior women's cross country World Cup at Mont-Saint-Anne, in Quebec, Canada on Saturday morning.  The US national champion finished the race in 1:10:49, 45 seconds ahead of Dina Gordiuk (Ukraine) and 1:22 ahead of Rachel Pageau (Canada).

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Junior women
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Kate Courtney (USA) United States Of America1:10:49
2Dina Gordiuk (Ukr) Ukraine0:00:45
3Rachel Pageau (Can) Canada0:01:22
4Anne-Julie Tremblay (Can) Canada0:02:36
5Marine Lewis (Can) Canada0:03:14
6Kaylee Blevins (USA) United States Of America0:03:51
7Gabrielle April (Can) CanadaRow 6 - Cell 2
8Alexandra Bernier (Can) Canada - B0:08:33
9Stéphanie Tremblay (Can) Canada - B0:09:07
10Sarah-Claudie Dostie-Menard (Can) Canada0:10:48
11Gillian Hague (Can) Canada - B0:12:50
12Haley Golding (Can) Canada0:13:33
-1lapKayla Morin-Blanchette (Can) Canada - BRow 12 - Cell 2
DNFSiobhan Kelly (Can) Canada - BRow 13 - Cell 2

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